sketchable

sketchable

[skech-uh-buhl]
adjective
suitable for being sketched.

Origin:
1860–65; sketch + -able

sketchability, noun
unsketchable, adjective
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sketch (skɛtʃ)
 
n
1.  a rapid drawing or painting, often a study for subsequent elaboration
2.  a brief usually descriptive and informal essay or other literary composition
3.  a short play, often comic, forming part of a revue
4.  a short evocative piece of instrumental music, esp for piano
5.  any brief outline
 
vb (often foll by out)
6.  to make a rough drawing (of)
7.  to make a brief description of
 
[C17: from Dutch schets, via Italian from Latin schedius hastily made, from Greek skhedios unprepared]
 
'sketchable
 
adj
 
'sketcher
 
n

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